This is the installation guide for SMG2.0 on any Linux based system. E.g (Raspberry Pi, Odroid board etc.)
Step 1: Download SMG2.zip file.
- Setup ssh connection with the board where you want to deploy SMG2.0 (Raspberry Pi, Odroid board etc.)
- Once the connection is established, download smg2.zip into the opt folder as super user and unzip it.
$ cd /opt $ unzip smg2.zip
- Make sure that the following core bundles are inside opt folder:
Step 2: Install additional softwares required for SMG2.0:
- Install JRE 1.7:
$ apt-get install openjdk-7-jre
- Install mysql for backend support, run the following script:
$ apt-get install mysql-server
NOTE: Mysql setup will ask for creating or changing the password for the root. Remember this password, you will require it during the DB tables setup.
- Install rabbitmq version 3.0 or newer and start rabbitmq using scripts:
$ apt-get install rabbitmq-server
$ sudo service rabbitmq-server start
- Install phpmyadmin for the ease of viewing DB tables (not mandatory). Select apache2 server
$ sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin
- To make sure that the installation is complete, access database through web browser. Type IP address of the board/raspberry pi in the web browser. For instance 192.168.21.225/phpmyadmin.
- If phpmyadmin is not accessible, run the command below
$ dbkg-reconfigure phpmyadmin
Step 3: Setup database tables for SMG2.0:
- Login to phpmyadmin, using the password created during mysql installation.
- Create a new database using utf8_unicode_ci as collation. For instance, “smg2”.
- Create a new user for the database. Go to home (small house underneath the phpMyAdmin sign) -> user -> add user
For instance: username:smguser
host: select any host
global privileges: all
- Set up tables in the newly created database by import smg2.sql from smg2/intialTables folder.
Step 4: Configure SMG2.0:
- Start felix and all the osgi bundles in smg2 using command: $ ./start
- Check for the status of bundles using command: $ lb
Hurray! you have successfully deployed SMG2.0.